Does anyone know its safe to run high voltage ignition coils on a hightmilage engine?

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Asked by Oct 03, 2015 at 09:23 AM about the 2001 Pontiac Grand Prix GT

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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250,815

Why spend the extra money? Your not going to get any performance upgrade. Just go OE.

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50,745

Factory is usually best. Some of the aftermarket high output stuff is junk.

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Since mine are originals and they 184,000 miles on then they coulb starting to go out

250,815

Are you having some misfires or other drivability problems? No reason to replace just because.

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The car sometime won't start for a while. It will start and fight to stay running then dies. Some days it does it more than other days

4,175

Check for trouble codes before you start randomly throwing parts at an old car hoping get lucky and make it run better.

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